the incredible machine

the incredible machine

The Incredible Machine 2 (TIM 2) Solutions - Part 5 : Really Hard Puzzles

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FACEBOOK : http://www.facebook.com/DanielsGameVault The Incredible Machine or TIM for short, is a puzzle game released for the DOS and Macintosh in 1992, which had multiple sequels afterwards : The Even More Incredible Machine, The Incredible Machine 2, TIM - Contraptions and TIM - Even More contraptions. Besides the progressive graphical enchancements, all these games share the same concept : complete the task in each level by using crazy devices and parts like dynamite, nitroglycerine, food mixers, lasers, ropes, balloons, mice and cats just to name a few. The biggest revolution in the series took place between the Even More Incredible Machine, and The Incredible Machine 2 : The Even More Incredible Machine was merely a rehash of the first TIM game on the DOS, but with added puzzles and a few new parts. TIM 2 revolutionised the series and was used as a future model for the next 2 versions, TIM - Contraptions, and TIM - Even More Contraptions, as no more new parts were added after TIM 2. Starting from TIM 2 the levels are grouped by difficulty into tutorial, easy, medium, hard and really hard puzzles. As the levels progress, they become more intricate and require more parts to solve. Some puzzles are so excessively cryptic that even after 9 years or so since I've last played TIM 2, I couldn't figure them out until I looked up an online walkthrough myself. So yeah, it's definitely a challenging game in the long run, which isn't bad considering the game is quite repetitive, so challenge is what keeps it from getting boring. Best of all, it has a level designer where you can mess around with as many parts as you want and create your own crazy chain-reaction machine. All the games in the TIM series are mind-challenging and yet fun to play. Try out all of them !